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Author: Sam - Replies: 21 - Views: 2419
Ryanair's new bag rules from today 1st November 2018
It's the second time this year Ryanair changed the baggage policies, this time for the worst. You can take only small bag on board if you don't want to pay extra.

Bit of info from Ryanair's website:

All passengers are entitled to bring 1 small personal bag on board which must fit under the seat in front of you (40cm x 20cm x 25cm). Examples include,
Author: Sam - Replies: 2 - Views: 554
Ryanair to shut down for 12 hours
Ryanair said the shutdown from 5 PM on Wednesday to 5 AM on Thursday is needed to upgrade their system. It must be a massive operation if they need 12 hours IMO.

Ryanair apologised for any inconvenience, and urged their customers needing to check in to do so before the closure.
If you are due to travel this Wednesday or Thursday morning, do check-in early to get your boarding pass otherwise it'll cost you.
Ryanair's policy is to charge customers an [b][color=#ff3333]extra £55 if they need
Author: Sam - Replies: 3 - Views: 774
Civil Aviation Authority taking legal action against Ryanair
I'm sure everyone in the UK can remember the strikes over the summer by Ryanair pilots and cabin crew. Guess what? Ryanair decided not to pay the compensation that people are entitled to under EU law. Ryanair simply argues the strike action amounts to "extraordinary circumstances" and that therefore, it does not have to pay.
Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) can see this issue a bit different and is taking legal action against Ryanair over its refusal to compensate tho
Author: Mia - Replies: 26 - Views: 4536
Ryanair possibly closing all its bases in the Canary Islands
According to Canariasenred Ryanair will be cutting down flights and possibly closing all its bases in the Canary Islands.


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Author: Decho - Replies: 10 - Views: 1599
Passengers cheer as drunk woman is dragged off Ryanair flight to Fuerteventura
Author: Peter Regan - Replies: 25 - Views: 1555
Ryanair - cancelled flights Nov/Dec 2019
Why as Ryanair cancelled all there flights from November onwards
Author: Rasputin - Replies: 0 - Views: 221
Ryanair from Dublin
Ryanair flights from Dublin from the end of March 2020 to end of October 2020 have been released. I don’t see prices for the sep Oct yet but will probably follow shortly.